Ericsson in the United States

Ericsson has been connecting the United States for nearly 120 years. As a trusted partner to all of the major service providers and many regional carriers across the country, we are committed to supporting the market through our game-changing technology and services. The US is Ericsson’s largest market, and we have been strengthening our investments to be even closer to our customers and meet their accelerated 5G deployment plans. Ericsson has five live 5G networks in the US, and globally we power more than 40 commercial 5G live networks on five continents.

7,200 US employees
1,900 US field services employees
30+US locations
2 US R&D locations
5 training centers of excellence
800+ tower climbers to accelerate network builds
$100M 5G smart factory investment in Lewisville, TX
1st to launch 5G with all Tier-1 service providers in the US
55 live 5G networks (operator-city combination)
7 5G Core contracts in the US
50,000 career enhancement opportunities in next five years

Security is critical in 5G network rollouts

5G has the promise to be *the* foundational platform for the global digital economy by providing secure connectivity for everything and everyone. As the industry evolves towards RAN virtualization, with virtual RAN or Open RAN (O-RAN), it is important that a risk-based approach is taken to adequately address security.

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We are keeping America running

Today we're facing a new challenge, unlike anything we've seen or done before. We are in uncharted territory, as businesses, industries, and societies are grinding to a halt. For all Americans, network connectivity has suddenly become profoundly important. As the heroes on the frontlines are working tirelessly to keep people healthy, safe, and fed, we are honored to serve them by keeping society connected. Everyone brings their individual strengths; we bring the networks. It is time to work together. Keep America Running.

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Ericsson delivers first U.S. manufactured commercial 5G base station to Verizon

Verizon is the first recipient of a U.S. manufactured commercial 5G base station from Ericsson’s new state-of-the-art smart factory in Texas. The equipment is the first 5G base station produced by Ericsson in the U.S. and marks another significant milestone as Ericsson continues to strengthen its U.S. capabilities in 5G research, design, manufacturing and service delivery.

Keeping schools running

When Covid-19 hit, the small town of Rutland, Vermont sprang into action. Together with Vermont Telephone Company and Ericsson they got students ready for remote teaching in a matter of weeks. This is the story of how Rutland kept schools running.

White House call to action to battle COVID-19

Hundreds of Ericsson volunteers have come together to take on the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset Challenge. In doing so, they are sourcing and building crucial data sets to help the world find an answer to the top challenge right now: the coronavirus.

How Matt is keeping America running

Matthew Wagner works as part of a field service team in St. Louis, Missouri. Together with his colleagues he performs preventative maintenance and break fixes on sites throughout the city to ensure seamless connectivity for their customers.

Our investment in the United States

D-15 Innovation Center

D-15, in Santa Clara, California, is a co-creation and experience center for industrial partners and CSPs to drive the next industrial revolution, powered by 5G, IoT and AI.

5G Smart Factory

Ericsson's 5G Smart Factory, in Lewisville, Texas, is the first 5G enabled, fully automated factory. A light house factory showing the potential of 5G.

ASIC Design Center

The ASIC Design Center, in Austin, Texas, focuses on microelectronics and accelerating the path to 5G commercialization.


The Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator innovation hub in Santa Clara, California, was created to speed up adoption of advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Training Center of Excellence

Ericsson has five regional center of excellence facilities in the US. The training centers educate and certify highly skilled field workers to support fast network roll out.

Latest news and insights

News and press releases

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Corporate Responsibility

Connecting with community

We are partnering with the Girl Scouts to improve girls’ opportunities across the STEM pipeline. The Girl Scouts STEM Pledge aims to put 2.5 million girls into a progressive STEM pipeline by 2025—Ericsson intends to be the employer of choice for the incredible talent in that pipeline.

Best Places to Work

Ericsson has received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index, which evaluates corporations on their policies and practices pertaining to LGBTQ equality. With the introduction of transgender benefits and updates to corporate policies in 2019, we are committed to keeping Ericsson an inclusive, welcoming place to work in 2020 and beyond.

Our offices

US Headquarters, Plano

6300 Legacy Drive

Plano, TX 75024

Phone: +1 972 583 0000 (General Inquiry)

Phone: +1 866 374 2272 (HR Inquiry)

Phone: +1 833 374 7253 (U.S. Inside Sales)


1125 Sanctuary Parkway

Alpharetta, GA 30009


1703 W 5th St., Suite 600

Austin, TX 78704

Basking Ridge

233 Mount Airy Road, Suite 102

Basking Ridge, NJ 07920


3545 Factoria Blvd. SE, Suite 300

Bellevue, WA 98006


11020 David Taylor Dr., Suite 110​

Charlotte, NC 28262


4120 Dublin Blvd., Suite 450

Dublin, CA 94568

Highlands Ranch

200 West Plaza Dr., Suite 240

Highlands Ranch, CO 80129


330 Commerce, Suite 200

Irvine, CA 92602

New York

90 Park Avenue 24th floor

New York, NY 10016​

Overland Park

6100 Sprint Parkway

Overland Park, KS 66251


1 Centennial Ave.

Piscataway, NJ 08854

San Francisco

535 Mission Street, Suite 2700

San Francisco, CA 94105

Santa Clara

755 Augustine Dr. (Building C)

Santa Clara, CA 95054

Phone: +1 (408) 750-5000


1300 Woodfield Road, Suite 500

Schaumburg, IL 60173


960 W Elliot Road

Tempe, AZ 85284


8100 SW Nyberg Road, Suite 290

Tualatin, OR ​​97062


1776 I Street NW

Washington, DC 20006